AdaIC News Spring/Summer 1996


Ada and Reuse Reader Survey

Dear Subscriber:

Both the Ada Information Clearinghouse and the Reuse Information Clearinghouse want to provide the highest quality of information services to meet your needs.

To do so, we need your help. We hope you'll take a few minutes to fill in this survey -- to tell us where you're coming from and what your needs and preferences are. Your responses are essential as we plan for the future of the newsletter.

There's no need to fill in your name unless you'd like us to send you information.

Thank you --

Ada Information Clearinghouse
Reuse Information Clearinghouse


Where are you coming from? 1. Which of the following best describes you? Government:
DoD/MoD
other Federal
non-Federal
other non-U.S.
applications developer
manager
other

Education:
higher education
secondary education
technical/trade school
commercial trainer
teacher/instructor/trainer
student
other

Industry:
government contractor/subcontractor
general commercial marketplace
applications development
tool development
compiler development
other

2. Position (check more than one if appropriate):

developer/programmer/analysis
mid-level management
senior management
support staff
technical
non-technical
student
educator
other

3. Commitment to software engineering:

4. Commitment to Ada:

5. Commitment to reuse:

6. What languages are you familiar with?

Ada
Assembly
BASIC
C
C++
COBOL
FORTRAN
JOVIAL
Pascal
4 GLs
Other

7. Years experience with Ada?

8. What is your familiarity with reuse?

9. What other publications do you get Ada coverage from?

10. What other publications do you get Reuse coverage from?

11. Do you have Internet access?

none
modem
direct access
e-mail
USENET newsgroups
FTP
Gopher
World Wide Web
Other

What Are You Looking for in a Newsletter?

12. In general, the AdaIC News is?

13. How many people other than yourself regularly read your copy of the AdaIC News?

14. How many times have you passed on a copy or an article to others who don't regularly see the AdaIC News?

15. What areas do you tend to find more *interesting*?

current news, regardless of area
resources available on Internet, CD-ROM, etc.
usage -- lessons learned
usage -- success stories
policy documents and programming guidelines
news about compilers
news about tools
Ada compiler validation issues
Performance and quality evaluation of compilers
Performance and quality evaluation of tools
education and training
DoD policy
history
other

16. What areas do you think are more *important*?

current news, regardless of area
resources available on Internet, CD-ROM, etc.
usage -- lessons learned
usage -- success stories
policy documents and programming guidelines
news about compilers
news about tools
Ada compiler validation issues
Performance and quality evaluation of compilers
Performance and quality evaluation of tools
education and training
DoD policy
history
other

17. What do you think of the AdaIC News's *size*?

18. And its coverage of topics?

under reports important areas, for example,

over reports certain areas, for example,

about right

19. Are there any other general comments you'd like to pass along?

20. What would you like to see added to the newsletter or databases?


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